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A breakdown of the Cincinnati Bengals’ 2019 free-agent signings.

C.J. Uzomah, tight end
The Bengals agreed to terms with Uzomah on a three-year deal more than $18 million on Monday, according to the NFL Network. Here’s a closer look at the tight end who will re-sign with the Bengals after being drafted there in 2015.

What it means: The Bengals lock up one of their three free-agent tight ends, and have somewhat of a safety net if they decide to pass on Tyler Eifert, who has spent most of the last several years injured. Uzomah became the go-to guy after injuries to Eifert and Kroft, and it’s become clear that he can be a featured part of their offense going forward.

What’s the risk: Minimal. The Bengals gave Uzomah a solid deal but by locking him up early, they didn’t get into a bidding war in a soft tight end market. Uzomah might not be a No. 1 tight end like Eifert, but he’s done everything right and took huge strides this season despite playing injured. It’s clear there’s a lot of potential and upside for a player that’s only 26-years-old.

The Bengals agreed to terms with Hart on a three-year deal worth $21 million, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Here’s a closer look at the tackle who spent the previous season in Cincinnati.

What it means: The Bengals worked to fix their offensive line last season by trading for Cordy Glenn and drafting Billy Price. That doesn’t appear to be the case this year. If they don’t take a lineman high in this season’s draft, it’s clear they’re OK with the status quo for now. That doesn’t bode well considering Bengals quarterbacks Andy Dalton and Jeff Driskel were sacked a combined 37 times in 2018.

What’s the risk: High. Although the Bengals viewed Hart in a favorable light, he certainly didn’t win over the fanbase with a team-high 14 penalties last season. The Bengals offensive line, particularly the right side, has been an issue in recent years, and paying Hart significant money seems counterproductive to fixing the problem. The numbers indicate that the Bengals view Hart as a starter for at least the next few years, despite his below-average season last year. It seems like the Bengals probably could’ve gotten him for a cheaper price if they had waited out the market.

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The Cincinnati Bengals announced the addition of quarterback Christian Hackenberg to their practice squad on Monday and confirmed that Michael Johnson is re-signing with the team.

The Bengals placed cornerback Davontae Harris on injured reserve to open a roster spot for Johnson. Harris suffered a knee injury during the preseason.

Hackenberg, 23, was waived by the Philadelphia Eagles this weekend as they trimmed down to their initial 53-man roster. A second-round pick out of Penn State in 2016, Hackenberg was unable to beat out his competition in two seasons with the New York Jets. He was traded to the Oakland Raiders in May for a conditional seventh-round pick. The Raiders waived him in June, however, negating the trade.
Christian Hackenberg committed three turnovers, including this fumble, on Thursday against his former team, the Jets, in his only preseason action for the Eagles. Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports
He made his debut for the Eagles in the preseason finale Thursday against the Jets, going 7-of-16 for 69 yards with two interceptions. He also was charged with a lost fumble, and he rushed for 66 yards on five carries.

Johnson, 31, was released with the initial wave of cuts after preseason, but Bengals coach Marvin Lewis indicated Saturday that he could be back after the team made more moves to finalize its roster.

Johnson will likely start in the Bengals’ 4-3 base defense, despite the emergence of young players such as Jordan Willis, Sam Hubbard and Carl Lawson.

Excluding one season in which he signed with the Buccaneers, Johnson has been with the Bengals since they selected him in the third round of the 2009 draft.

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Cincinnati Bengals left tackle Cordy Glenn was declared out with a right shoulder injury in the second quarter of Sunday’s 26-13 preseason win over the Buffalo Bills. Cedric Ogbuehi replaced him in the lineup.

It was unclear if Glenn was declared out for precautionary measures, but he remained on the sideline in uniform after leaving the game at New Era Field.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said after the game that Glenn was “fine.” Glenn also walked off the field after the game and gave a thumbs-up to fans.

If Glenn misses any time, it would be a big loss for the Bengals, who acquired him from the Bills in March after struggling at that position in 2017. Cincinnati swapped first-round picks with Buffalo to get him, sending the Bills the No. 12 overall pick and a sixth-rounder while getting the Bills’ No. 21 overall pick and a fifth-rounder in return.

Ogbuehi, a 2015 first-round pick, was declared the Bengals’ starting left tackle after Andrew Whitworth signed with the Rams in free agency. The Bengals’ offensive line struggled mightily last season without Whitworth or right guard Kevin Zeitler, who left to sign with the Browns prior to last season.

Acquiring Glenn was part of an offensive line overhaul that also included drafting center Billy Price with the No. 21 overall pick this year. The Bengals also parted ways with longtime offensive line coach Paul Alexander and hired Frank Pollack, who was formerly with the Cowboys.

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The 2018 NFL Draft provided the Cincinnati Bengals with an opportunity to establish a healthier foundation. Franchise cornerstones such as Geno Atkins, Andy Dalton, Carlos Dunlap, and A.J. Green remain, but the loss of Andrew Whitworth was felt both on and off the field.

In the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft, the Bengals went a long way towards replacing Whitworth despite not selecting a player at his position.

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Whitworth is one of the greatest offensive tackles of his generation. In addition to giving Cincinnati the comfort of knowing their quarterback’s blindside was protected, he was a leader in the locker room and a consummate professional.

With Whitworth unfortunately an ex-Bengal, Marvin Lewis and Co. have found a player who could potentially replace him as a leader in the locker room: Billy Price.

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Price may have been injured at the 2018 NFL Draft Scouting Combine, but he’s as deserving of the pick as anyone who was on the board.

Price could either lineup opposite Clint Boling as Cincinnati’s new right guard or fill in at center, where the level of play in 2017 was unacceptable. The expectation is that Price will fill the void in the middle and potentially anchor the Bengals’ rushing attack.

With the likes of Giovani Bernard, Joe Mixon, and Mark Walton at running back, Cincinnati has the talent to feature one of the best run games in the NFL.
With Price and Boling leading the interior of the Bengals’ offensive line, the probability of Bill Lazor re-establishing the run increases tremendously.

Beyond the field, Price is a high-character player who was highly regarded as a leader of the Ohio State Buckeyes. He helped set a tone in the locker room and carried it into games with a motor that simply wouldn’t quit.

That alone should justify this pick, as he can help change the culture for a Bengals team that looked like a shell of itself in 2017.

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There may have been flashier selections to make, but Billy Price is the type of player and person whom the Cincinnati Bengals needed at the 2018 NFL Draft.

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MOBILE, ALABAMA – Pitched forward, forearms on his knees, Marvin Lewis laughed behind dark sunglasses and underneath a black baseball hat. Andy Reid, seated to Lewis’ right, smiled with him. The two men are about to enter a combined 36th season as head coaches on NFL sidelines in 2018, Reid celebrating his 20th season overall and sixth in Kansas City, Lewis his 16th in Cincinnati.

Down below the pair of coaches on the Eastern bleachers of Ladd-Peebles Stadium was Ohio State alumnus Mike Vrabel, the newly minted head coach of the Tennessee Titans, entertaining waves of media.

Lewis and Reid, 308 victories between them, couldn’t help but notice the attention on the newest kid on the coaching block as they talked quietly, and anonymously, with each other.

A day later, Lewis sat comfortably for a quiet interview in the downtown Mobile hotel the Bengals coaches and front office set up shop in.
He’s in the rarefied coaching air of Bill Belichick and Reid regarding how long he’s been doing the job, but as he begins a new Bengals season Lewis is relaxed, as excited for what is to come as those getting their first bite at the apple.

“I feel really good where we’re starting from,” he told The Enquirer. “I think we’ve got a lot of work ahead. We’ve got the systems on both sides of the football to refine, redefine, whatever the word is, and that’s going to be important and that’s going to be our challenge right away for the coaches. So that when we roll it out to the players in April they feel great about things and right from the start.”

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The Senior Bowl is, really, the first opportunity for all of the new assistant coaches on Lewis’ staff to meet, let alone talk and trade ideas. Bengals owner and president Mike Brown called it one of the biggest coaching turnovers he can remember, citing the injection of fresh ideas as much needed.

But it all begins with Lewis.

“Our best chance to get there is with him having another run at it,” Brown said.

So Lewis is being counted on to foster those new voices and ideas and shape them into a championship level structure around a core of veteran players that remain in the window of their prime.

“That group of guys has played a lot of football, I think they all have enough character to them,” Lewis said of a leadership group that includes Andy Dalton, A.J. Green, Geno Atkins and Vontaze Burfict.

“They have the character that they understand the best part of doing this job is the opportunity to be a champion. That’s what they strive for. The work, the diligence, to ratchet it up another couple levels to get there and what it takes to do that and them to keep pulling the team forward is important for them.”

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As for himself, Lewis is moving forward from a year that was especially odd, a road unlike many his 15 years as head coach. It was littered with a wide array of off-field issues, first with the decision between he and Brown to enter the year without an extension, which rolled right into managing a charged off-field atmosphere surrounding the drafting of Joe Mixon in April.

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Then in training camp a health issue that caused Lewis to miss a practice – leading to immediate and incorrect reports he might miss not just practices but games. The year ended with what proved to be an incorrect report he was definitely moving on from Cincinnati after the regular season.

“Well, there obviously were different challenges that there didn’t need to be,” he said with a soft laugh.

And those were just the bookends.

Lewis also had to navigate changing offensive coordinators after two games, managing a potentially explosive locker room situation following President Donald Trump’s remarks about football players that led the Bengals to link arms as a show of unity in Green Bay, deal with an off-field incident report surrounding a crashed vehicle registered to Tyler Boyd to having two different star players being ejected from two different games.

“I thought our guys did a great job fighting through those things,” Lewis said. “The change we made on offense, I thought they did a good job of not letting that get in the way of things. Overcoming the whole thing with the anthem, our players stayed together through that. They did it the right way, they did it the way they’ve always done it – very respectful and being able to deal with both sides of it. They were all able to talk and speak and come to a resolution that was fitting for everyone that I don’t think put anybody out in any way.

“They’ve handled themselves through those kinds of things always very well. The thing’s been, we’ve got to be about football.”

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Which sets them up for a new season that Lewis hopes is just about that.

There are no questions about his contractual status. He said he finished 2017 feeling as good as he has after a season in a long time physically, citing better exercise habits. He is expecting his new coaching staff to help create a new dynamic on the field. And all of has him looking forward to getting the Bengals back to the postseason and beyond.

“It’s going to be new, it’s going to be different, so we’re going to have the (player’s) attention, which is good,” Lewis said. “It’ll be a good spark for them to have. But we don’t have to reinvent the wheel. But we can certainly make it different, better.”

He knocks the table for emphasis and leans back in his chair.

“We have to make it better. We have to be a better football team. I mean, we have to. We’ve got a lot work ahead and players know that and understand that. They look forward to that. It’s that group of guys that’s going to lead them forward but they know what’s ahead.”